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, and on healthcare.gov, health care consumers might not be getting premiums that are attainable that are within their reach. >> what are they finding? is this a one size that fits all >> your age, where you live, and the kind of plant you want. but you have to remember that under obamacare, everyone has to have 10 essential health benefits covered and that could bring costs. that could bring everything from ambulatory services, maternity services, even if your you're a guy and you may never need it. >> you can pick and choose plans neil: why now and we can't afford it. why the sudden shock right at the get-go? >> i think we heard from hhs that the average cost would be $320 per person per month and people didn't realize that the subsidies on for everyone, up to 400% of the federal poverty level. if you are out of that range, 94 it thousand dollars, you won't be getting discounted health care and in many cases it is more expensive for people. >> do they get a cheaper deal? >> they may not have had covered before in the past. and now they are getting coverage that may be lower in cost. so compare
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demand and increasing the third-party payer which will lead to a lot more utilization of healthcare services in ways that there is no cost effectiveness order intelligent allocation of resources. and you're going to overprice your productsecause you know that consumers don't care and in this case american taxpayers. they are paying the bill. it's a cause some of what is going on with government inthe health care sector generally. but as i said, i'm tryin to be optimistic and this might be the example that people need with genuine medicaid reform, do what was then the ryan budget. let's block this program back to the state. at least as new york ste wants to waste money, only they will pick up the tab is taxpayers. neil: we have had this concept before and nthing has come of it. but hope springs eternal. thank you, my friend. it is good to see you. here is why it is toug arguing minimum wage. many are saying no to more food stamp funding and you always find some heartless person and we have already had it outith liberals and the wage thing. get ready. get ready for a food fight neil:
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